Sometimes when “Glee
” goes off the air for a little while, I convince myself that I am over its saccharine song and dance numbers. But it never happens—once I watch again, BAM! I am instantly re-hooked. That’s what happened last night when I begrudgingly watched the show’s much-hyped return after the Super Bowl
. The episode was hilarious and made me sing along to a mashup of “Thriller” and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ “Heads Will Roll. Chances are you already saw this clip because, well, 26.8 million people watched last night. But just in case, here you go. I love that the McKinley football team, in order not to be completely steamrolled by the opposing team, has to do a rendition of “Single Ladies”
or this over-the-top number. What will they have up their sleeves next time?
After the jump, see the Cheerios do “California Gurls” complete with fireworks bras. Keep reading »
Even WIlliam Shatner couldn’t get me the slightest bit interested in watching “$#*! My Dad Says.” Everything about the sitcom looks terrible, from the title, to the based-on-a-Twitter-feed concept, to the promos which … blah. And now, the show has figured out yet another way to turn me off. Camille Grammer of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills“—aka the woman currently divorcing Kelsey Grammar—will be a guest star i=on the season finale. She will be playing a woman named Camille, a reality star going through a divorce who is in the process of house hunting, which totally sounds like a stretch. Maybe she’ll be as good in this as she was in her adult films? [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
and Aly Michalka
of The CW series “Hellcats
” were very concerned at yesterday’s revelation that there will be no cheerleaders at this Sunday’s Super Bowl game
for the first time in 45 years, since neither the Green Bay Packers nor the Pittsburgh Steelers have them. And so they made a pretty adorable public service announcement about this very serious issue. Props to them for not taking this news with their pom-poms lying down. Keep reading »
Were you psyched for the upcoming premiere of the latest season of “The Real Housewives of New York City”? Well, you’re gonna have to wait a little while longer. Bravo has decided to push the premiere date to sometime this spring — but don’t worry! There are still more “Housewives” in your near TV-watching future! Bravo has decided to air the first season of “The Real Housewives of Miami” starting in February instead. Check out a preview of the show above and meet the latest batch of rich, pampered, Botoxed bitches after the jump! Keep reading »
Was your love for the original “Degrassi High” reignited by our “Favorite Fictional TV Bands” slideshow earlier today? Now you can show just how passionately you feel aboot (yeah, we said it) Canada’s answer to “90210″ with this T-shirt. The whole gang is there — Spike! The twin who had the abortion! Every member of Zit Remedy! Throw on a fedora to fully channel Joey Jeremiah. He was such a stud.
Oh, Hollywood. Even as it’s sleeting and grey-as-can-be outside, you have brought some news that makes it seem as if it were a bright sunshiny day. First, I am very excited to hear that Kristen Bell, who I adored on “Veronica Mars,” may be headed back to the small screen in the Showtime series, “House of Lies,” which has been greenlighted for a pilot. Kristen will co-star with Don Cheadle in the series about two competing corporate management consulting firms as Ivy league grad, Jeannie Van Der Hooven. Hello, Serena Van Der Woodsen. [TV Squad]
Also exciting: Joseph Gordon-Levitt is in talks for a role in “The Dark Knight Rises.” Keep reading »